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July 29, 2013

Supreme Corp. to host hiring event for 80 positions

Supreme Corp. in Goshen will host a hiring event Wednesday from 2 to 6 p.m. at its offices at 2581 E. Kercher Road, Goshen.

The company has 80 openings for general assembly, caulking and cleaning, shelling, roof setters and builders, TIG, MIG and stick welders, fiberglass repair, quality control and painters.

The company said wages will be $13 to $14.50 per hour.

Those seeking jobs will need to fill out an application as well as take part in an interview. Applicants should have copies of their resume.

The event is being sponsored by Supreme Corp. and WorkOne, the state’s employment agency.

Supreme Corp. manufactures specialty vehicles.

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